A reader sends a halo to Diana Rigby for always being approachable, thoughtful of all students and finally moving our district into the competitive future. “Our kids’ future shines bright, thanks to you!”
A reader sends a halo to the woman in the white house who always lets the reader buy her avocados. “Thank you so much for your pleasant demeanor.”
A reader sends a halo to Jaime Persoon for another great year of leadership and dedication to Canalino Elementary School. “We are very fortunate to have such an amazing principal. Thank you!”
A reader sends a halo to the Sheriff’s deputies and ambulance service for the care they gave the reader’s wife. “They were all so nice and a big help. Thank you!”
A reader sends a halo to the city of Carpinteria for placing poles to stop U-turns in front of the candy shop on Linden Avenue downtown.
A reader sends a halo to Ron at Carpinteria Code Compliance for his quick and effective response in getting neglected trash containers removed from a neighborhood street. “Job well done.”
A reader sends a halo to Don Risdon for treating three ladies to lunch at Delgados. “Thank you, Don!”
A reader sends a halo to all of the wonderful teachers, staff and volunteers that make Canalino Elementary School such a great place for the reader’s kids to learn and grow. “Thanks for another fantastic year and enjoy your well-deserved summer vacation!”
A reader sends a halo to Howard School and second-grade teacher Caitlinn Barber.
“Thank you for another wonderful year! Our kids are so lucky to be growing up in such a caring and great school.”
A reader sends a halo to John Wullbrandt and Amie Rodriguez for sharing their passion for art with Carpinteria Middle School art students at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center.
A reader sends a halo to the morning crew at Smart & Final and to PizzaMan Dan’s. “Thank you for accommodating my 6 a.m. cake order for our office luncheon, and thanks for taking our extremely large order and having it arrive hot, delicious and on time.”
A reader sends a halo to the awesome owner and workers at Fosters Freeze. “Thank you for hosting the Aliso second graders who met their reading goals. You’re the coolest!”
A reader sends a halo to Roy Lee for listening to the traffic concerns about Linden Avenue and to the city for installing no U-turn pylons in the 900 block.